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ANNUAL REPORT
PASSPORT
M AT T E R S
2015
With Christ as our foundation, Passport empowers
students to encounter Christ, embrace community
and extend grace to the world.
P A S S P O R T
MATTERS
Passport matters to the 5,600 students who
attended one of our camps this summer, to
the 300 churches who brought them, and
to the 64 college and seminary staffers who
ministered among them. We matter to the
75 ministry sites that received our campers
this summer and the three ministries who
received our mission offering.
Passport matters to the present and future
of the church – as we help nurture an active
faith in the students we serve. In the pages
of this report, you will see how we are
teaching things that matter like community,
Christian service, thoughtful theology, and
student leadership. And we will introduce
you to our capital campaign, PASSPORT
MATTERS. But first, meet Alfarouk Majid,
Passport’s 100,000th camper. Learn about
his amazing story on our website:
passportcamps.org.
And you will learn more about our capital
campaign, PASSPORT MATTERS.
This week made
me feel like Jesus
is someone who
will be there for
you. Even though
it's a big world,
he is everywhere.
-Alfarouk Majid
“
“
Meet Samuel Lian who came to the U.S.
as a refugee from Burma. He was a
Passport camper and has now served on
the summer staff for 2 years!
Caring for Community has been a theme
of Passport since our first summer in
1993. Our goal is for meaningful
engagement where our campers receive
as well as give, learn as well as teach.
In Atlanta, our students invested over
8,000 hours reading one-on-one with
children. In Birmingham, Jacksonville,
and Danville, our students invested 10,000
hours rehabilitating homes.
Mission Volunteer Hours
• Service Hours: 34,000
• Learning Hours: 6,200
• Offering: $46,111
C O M M U N I T Y
MATTERS
I spoke Burmese to
the refugee group and
they were stunned,
and then surrounded
me to ask questions.
I experienced the
presence of Christ
and it was as if
we have known each
other for years.
-Samuel Lian
“
“
CB says: numbers
don’t add up
T H E O L O G Y
MATTERSPassport speaks with a specific theological
voice that is Christ-centered, helping our
students engage their faith with their hearts
and minds. We speak with a voice similar to
the theology taught and preached in our
participating churches. Our voice speaks
of neighborly welcome, respect and under-
standing of other faiths, and of God’s call on
all people.
Passport also produces a daily online devotion
for youth and young adults – d365.org. This
year our readers spent 34,000 hours in prayer
and reflection on the site. d365.org is
sponsored by grants from the Cooperative
Baptist Fellowship, The Episcopal Church,
The Presbyterian Church (USA), and donor gifts.
Discipleship Hours at Camp: 30,000
Annual visits to d365.org: 2,080,000
Addison can't stop
talking about all
she did at Passport.
As she continues to
grow in her faith,
Passport helps her
define what her
journey will look
like in the years
to come.
-Kelly Meeks, Addison's
mom from Auburn FBC.
“
“
LEADERSHIP
MATTERS
Passport trains college and graduate
students to lead in every facet of camp,
like Summer Hyche, a former camper now
serving as a Passport staffer. See Summer’s
story on our website: passportcamps.org.
Our work to develop strong leaders is an
investment in their future. All leadership
positions, including pastor, are open to
women and men.
Since 1993 Passport has trained over 600
young adults from the United States and
around the globe. This past summer we hired
64 students from 15 states and 3 countries.
11 of those are currently attending seminary.
I can still see
the faces of young
pastors who made
me believe I, too,
could one day be
in ministry.
-Summer Hyche
“
“
Vicky Nguyen loves Passport. She comes
every year with Luther Rice Memorial
Baptist Church in Silver Springs, MD. Our
goal is to continue our ministry for years to
come – so students can be part of our life-
changing camps.
Passport is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit ministry,
receiving no operational support from any
denominational group. Registration income
covers about 75% of expenses, which
means we rely on grants and donations to
cover our costs. This underwriting keeps
camp affordable for shrinking congregations
and economically diverse students. To
support us, use the enclosed envelope or
give online at passportcamps.org.
G I V I N G
MATTERS
PASSPORT is a
very special week...
it's better than
Christmas!
-Vicky Nguyen
“ “
50% Youth Programs
27% Kids Programs
23% Administration
53% Youth Programs
23% Kids Programs
24% Grants, Gifts, & Other
Income Expenses

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2015Annual Report

  • 1. ANNUAL REPORT PASSPORT M AT T E R S 2015 With Christ as our foundation, Passport empowers students to encounter Christ, embrace community and extend grace to the world.
  • 2. P A S S P O R T MATTERS Passport matters to the 5,600 students who attended one of our camps this summer, to the 300 churches who brought them, and to the 64 college and seminary staffers who ministered among them. We matter to the 75 ministry sites that received our campers this summer and the three ministries who received our mission offering. Passport matters to the present and future of the church – as we help nurture an active faith in the students we serve. In the pages of this report, you will see how we are teaching things that matter like community, Christian service, thoughtful theology, and student leadership. And we will introduce you to our capital campaign, PASSPORT MATTERS. But first, meet Alfarouk Majid, Passport’s 100,000th camper. Learn about his amazing story on our website: passportcamps.org. And you will learn more about our capital campaign, PASSPORT MATTERS. This week made me feel like Jesus is someone who will be there for you. Even though it's a big world, he is everywhere. -Alfarouk Majid “ “
  • 3. Meet Samuel Lian who came to the U.S. as a refugee from Burma. He was a Passport camper and has now served on the summer staff for 2 years! Caring for Community has been a theme of Passport since our first summer in 1993. Our goal is for meaningful engagement where our campers receive as well as give, learn as well as teach. In Atlanta, our students invested over 8,000 hours reading one-on-one with children. In Birmingham, Jacksonville, and Danville, our students invested 10,000 hours rehabilitating homes. Mission Volunteer Hours • Service Hours: 34,000 • Learning Hours: 6,200 • Offering: $46,111 C O M M U N I T Y MATTERS I spoke Burmese to the refugee group and they were stunned, and then surrounded me to ask questions. I experienced the presence of Christ and it was as if we have known each other for years. -Samuel Lian “ “ CB says: numbers don’t add up
  • 4. T H E O L O G Y MATTERSPassport speaks with a specific theological voice that is Christ-centered, helping our students engage their faith with their hearts and minds. We speak with a voice similar to the theology taught and preached in our participating churches. Our voice speaks of neighborly welcome, respect and under- standing of other faiths, and of God’s call on all people. Passport also produces a daily online devotion for youth and young adults – d365.org. This year our readers spent 34,000 hours in prayer and reflection on the site. d365.org is sponsored by grants from the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, The Episcopal Church, The Presbyterian Church (USA), and donor gifts. Discipleship Hours at Camp: 30,000 Annual visits to d365.org: 2,080,000 Addison can't stop talking about all she did at Passport. As she continues to grow in her faith, Passport helps her define what her journey will look like in the years to come. -Kelly Meeks, Addison's mom from Auburn FBC. “ “
  • 5. LEADERSHIP MATTERS Passport trains college and graduate students to lead in every facet of camp, like Summer Hyche, a former camper now serving as a Passport staffer. See Summer’s story on our website: passportcamps.org. Our work to develop strong leaders is an investment in their future. All leadership positions, including pastor, are open to women and men. Since 1993 Passport has trained over 600 young adults from the United States and around the globe. This past summer we hired 64 students from 15 states and 3 countries. 11 of those are currently attending seminary. I can still see the faces of young pastors who made me believe I, too, could one day be in ministry. -Summer Hyche “ “
  • 6. Vicky Nguyen loves Passport. She comes every year with Luther Rice Memorial Baptist Church in Silver Springs, MD. Our goal is to continue our ministry for years to come – so students can be part of our life- changing camps. Passport is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit ministry, receiving no operational support from any denominational group. Registration income covers about 75% of expenses, which means we rely on grants and donations to cover our costs. This underwriting keeps camp affordable for shrinking congregations and economically diverse students. To support us, use the enclosed envelope or give online at passportcamps.org. G I V I N G MATTERS PASSPORT is a very special week... it's better than Christmas! -Vicky Nguyen “ “ 50% Youth Programs 27% Kids Programs 23% Administration 53% Youth Programs 23% Kids Programs 24% Grants, Gifts, & Other Income Expenses
  • 7. For Passport to continue empowering the next generations of students, and we need your financial support. We have launched the PASSPORT MATTERS capital campaign with a goal to raise $1.5 million, and as of Septem- ber 30, 2015 we have pledges that total over $974,000! But we need your support to get to our goal. The campaign funds will be used for: • A scholarship fund to provide a way for all who want to attend. • Leadership training to allow Passport to continue to empower young leaders called to excellence in ministry. • Capital improvements which will allow us to remain relevant and engaging, by upgrading technology, equipment, and supplies. • Secure a solid financial foundation for Passport’s future. Please consider joining our campaign by mak- ing a donation with a check using the postage paid envelope, with a credit card online, or by texting your pledge to 1-800-PASSPORT! There is no more practical way to invest in the future of compassionate christian leaders than to give to Passport. -Jackie Baugh Moore “ “ Seated: Passport President David Burroughs, Babs Baugh, and Jackie Baugh Moore. Standing: Passport VP Colleen Burroughs and the Youth and Leadership from Woodland Baptist Church, San Antonio, TX
  • 8. BOARD OF DIRECTORS John Adam Diane Adams Ronnie Adams Janice Agin Jerald & Millicent Albright Libby Allen* Jane Allingham Amy Anderson Carolyn Anderson* Daphne Anderson Mary Anderson Maureen Anderson Ross Anderson Billy Arimes Ann Armstrong Mary Ann Arnott Thomas Arrington Randy & Ann Ashcraft Auburn First BC Pat Ayres Beverly Babb Thomas Bailey Carolyn Baillie Doug Baker BC of the Covenant Baptist Health System, Inc. Emma Barbour Robert Bates Theodore Bates Brian Belanger Kristin Belcher Joy Bellini Sheila Patel & Steve Benfield Louise Bennett Elan Jean (Eljee) Bentley Wendelyn Berry Stacy Bezanson Glenn Bindley Chip Blankinship James Blay Sarah Boberg Sue Bogseth Terry Borchlewicz Katherine Borton Maryette Bost Hannah Bowers Charlott Bramwell Barbara Brewer Broadway BC, Louisville Josh Brooks Glorious Broughton Amy Brown Andrew & Robyn Brown Cathy Brown Dan Brown Debbie Brown Loretta Brown Patricia Brown Ann Bryan Sherri Bullard Gail Bunn David Burke Bob & Esther Burroughs David & Colleen Burroughs*+ Terri Byrd Suryani & Paul Capps Karen Cardman Raymond Carlson Fred Carr Allison Case CBF of NC Pamela Chan Gwynneth Chandler Xian Chang Susan Chapman Janet Claassen Jennifer Clatterbuck Samuel Clawser Tamara Clements Timmy Coleman Micheal Conway Wayne Cook Peggy & James Copeland Robert Copeland John & Jeanette Cothran Cheryl Crago J. D. Crawfis Donna Crider Jan & Bill Crouch* Mary Crouse Mollie Crowell Susan Crowley Carla Crump Colleen Curlee Bronwyn Curtis Kelly Dahle George Dahlman Martha Sue Dale Chris Daughtery Lorraine Davis Patricia Davis Beverly Deak Carrie Deane Parke Deans Bart Depury David Dixon Emily Douglas Sue-Anna Dowdy David Dronkowski Erin DuChanois John Dulin Mr. & Mrs. Walter E. DuPre Sonyia Elder Pat Eng Jordan & Anne England EC in Minnesota Karen Estochin Susan Etherton Charles Evans* Christine Evans FPC, Tallahassee Cameron Falzone Jamie Farish-Williford Marsha Farrell Kelley Fenelon FBC, Columbus FBC, Frankfort FBC, Rome FBC, Savannah FPC, Greensboro Ken & Edna Mae Fisher Pearl Flamberg Dixie & Scott Ford+ Tracy Ford Meredith Forssman Rob Fox* Arlene & Bruce Fransen Fredericksburg BC Robert Frey Gary Furr William Gaal David Gacetta Darrell Garner Kimberly Garnett Raymond Geist Jeff Geisz David Gladstone Mary Glynn Cory Goode Grandin Court BC Gail Grant Eileen Green Cheryl Greene Cynthia Greene Judy Grieve Robert Guffey Lynn Hade Rebecca Hall Nancy Hallenbeck John & Ona Hamilton Mary Hamilton Jennifer Hanson Nathan Hanson* Elizabeth Harrington Carol Harston Gerard Hart Karen Hartnett David Haun Margaret Hawker Nikki Haynes Aaron Hazelgrove Ann Hegstrom Linda Heilig Julie Helms Mike & Dianna Helms Cynthia Hendricks Lisa Hendrix Emily Henkhaus Donna Hess Linda Hess Britt Hester Jennifer & James Hinderer Lorraine Hiskey Eric Ho Vanessa Ho James Hobbs Bruce Hockersmith Emily Holladay Melissa Holmes Jim & Linda Hopes Glen Hopkins MaryKay Hornberger Anthony House Larry & Kim Hovis Greg Hunt Suzanne Hunt Tim & Leigh Hunt Jennifer Hunter Summer Hyche Immanuel BC, Nashville Daniel & Marnie Ingram+ Cynthia Insko John James LeAnn Gunter Johns Cindi Johnson Marion Johnson Mary Katherine Johnson Wallace Johnson Elizabeth Jones Dane Jordan Juanjungang Joann Kenyon Barbara Kerr Courtney Kihlberg Bryan Kim Gayle Kipfer Robert Klepfer, Jr. Linda Klopfer Jill Knight Knollwood BC Laura Koone+ Thomas Kurtz Darlene Lane Janet Lane Lucy Lather Jennifer Law RuthAnn Lee Susan LeGrand Pamela Leintz Louise Lesh Robert Licitra Gertie Liebenberg Bruce & Jeri Liles Chris Liles Deborah Loftis Karen Logan Louisa BC Cheryl Loyche Arlene Luttmer Lois Maberry Kay Mackan Shari Madkins Edward Marchetti Cathy Marinella Patricia Marlowe Phil Martin George Mason Dale Massey+ Sarah Massey Lori Masucci James Mayer Sammie McClatchy Mark McClintock+ Joseph McCulloch Mary McDown Mike McGaha Romona & Ken McGee Kathy McIntyre Alice McKenna David Meece Allen Menefee Christina Mepyans Metro BC of NYC Albert Meyer Carolyn Meyer Lattie Michael Florence Milgate Nancy Moore Jaclyn Morrow Lindsay Morton+ Ray & Peggy Neal Dawn Nelson John Nielson Michael Norris North Riverside BC Billy Ogletree Bill & Penny Oliver Mike Oneal Susan Orndorf Jeffrey Ostheimer Margaret Otterburn Timothy Page Kathy Painter Forrest Palmer Tony Palubicki Beth Parker Emily Parrish+ Lois Pearson Andre Penninger Julie Pennington-Russell Susan Pestrichello Susan Peterson Jeff Pethel Kim Pfaff Virginia Phipps Sandy Pinaire Pintlala BC Wendy Ponder Chip Pope Penny Popov Daniel Potter Grace Powell-Freeman* Claire Pratt Shelley Prevost Sandra Pritz Bo Prosser Heidi Qualey Deb Ramah Keith Ramsier Joyce Raymond Deborah Reed Kyle Reese Charie Reid Melody & Will Reid Ginger Rembold Janice Rhine Julie Riley River Road Church, Baptist Michael Rock Yamilet Rodriguez John Rollins Karen Rollins Jeff Rose Javid Sayad Merritt Schatz Patricia Schlechte Jan Schnepf Melissa Scott Shades Crest BC Anne Shambley Mikalah Shaw Sallie Sherman David Sherwood Sholar Foundation Amanda Short+ Susan Sirpilla Byrom Smith Katherine Smith Mary Elizabeth Smith Meagan Smith Sarah Smith Sydney Smith Smoke Rise BC Margaret Soliz Kathryn Sorensen Carolyn Staley Kieth Steinbeck Joseph Steins Mike & Donna Stephenson Zeke Stephenson+ M. A. Travis & Donald Stevens Billie Streets Nancy Leigh Strum Bethany Sugawara Sallie Jane Super Lauren & David Swim Kathryn Swindell Dale Tadlock+ Cheryl Tarter Juanita Taylor Brandt Tefft Evelyn Terry Anita Thies Chris Thomas Sandra Thompson William Thompson Sheryl Thorpe Hertis Travis Tucker Family Grayson Van Camp Jennifer Van Camp Sam Vastano Ed & Jo Vaughn Vestavia Hills BC Dominque Villaume Christie Virtue-Herman Linda Visk Lynne Walkup Bionnie Wallace Virginia Ward David Waters Donald Watson Mary Ellen Waychoff Jeff Weicksel Diane Wenger Robert Wenk Andrea White Diana White Thomas White William White Claude Whitehead Katherine Whitworth William Wildhack Cheryl Wilkins Peter Wilkins Madieu Williams Williams Jean & Troy Willingham Courtney Willis Wilshire BC Wingate BC Ruth Wittorff Karen Wolfgang Allison Wray Richard Wright Shawn Zambrows Irene Zanni Charlotte Ziems * indicates Passport board member + indicates Passport national staff G R A T I T U D E MATTERS Thank you! The ministries of Passport, Inc. would not be possible without the support of so many people: Adult chaperones who give a week of vacation to hang out with the students from their church, summer staffers who work long hours and get up early every day, the group leaders – most of them Children and Youth ministers who bring groups every summer, and those who make a donation to support our work.
  • 9. campers 8-18 years old come from diverse neighborhoods across the country and the world. 102,682 1,113churches 6,323student groups $1.8Mto global missions Our students give to ministries around the world. 1,019,859hours of community service 509Full-time workers for a year 928,870hours of discipleship Former staffers work in national and international ministries and at every level of congregational leadership. 608former summer staffers 35%of summer staffers become ministers 1 of those full-time 2 ministers are female and DONATE NOW: 1. Write a check and drop it in the postage paid envelope. 2. Donate online at passportcamps.org/donate. 3. Email us at info@passportcamps.org to start a conversation about you or your church supporting our ministry. passportcamps.org • 800-769-0210